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A Wallace Perspective

Leadership for Learning: Making the Connections Among State, District and School Policies and Practices

A Wallace report describes how a “cohesive leadership system” for K-12 public education could support improved teaching and learning.
September 2006
A black female teacher sitting and talking to a young white female student at a table
  • Publisher(s)
  • The Wallace Foundation
Page Count 16 pages


Drawing on The Wallace Foundation’s extensive experience working on school leadership in states and districts, this Wallace Perspective suggests a working hypothesis for how to develop principals who can improve teaching and learning. It envisions a system of standards, training, and working conditions that is more supportive of principals and coordinated among states, their districts, and schools.

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